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My long studied answer as Physicist and Systems Engineer is that Gravity is increasingly dense electron flow toward the central black hole of the Earth which is a maximum density spherical collection of closed looped electrons (forming a maximum density outer surface electron orbit shell) whose radius is still increasing toward a limit, which when reached will cause the Earth to loose all its visible surface matter to outer space such that said matter cannot return to the planet. That is Earth has a precribed-by-nature[physics law]life time.
My long studied answer as Physicist and Systems Engineer
I thought everyone accepted that black holes existed, after they observed the motion of nearby stars at the centre of the milky way. As for the big bang, I do believe it is more likely than unlikely it happened, as for what came out and what form it came out in, who knows, it maybe unlike anything we see in today's universe.
Maybe this should be our motto: "Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence." Besides, he answered the question that he asked. So?